At 30' 46" seconds, hear Wendell Bailey, official representative of the cable industry, explain why it is "inconceivable" that either the cable or the telephone industries could *ever* be dominated by "2 or 3 big operators." The White House then chimes in, saying that if such a "nightmare scenario" would ever happen, net neutrality regulations would be needed. Eric Schmidt then chimes in and talks about how there might be a content industry that would have different interests from the telcos.
At 1h 10' 00", hear Marshall T. Rose, Eric Schmidt, and Carl Malamud go round on security.
At 1h 19' 35", hear Eric Schmidt talk about how commerce is going to change the Internet.
At 1h 24' 00", hear Marshall T. Rose explain how he set up the first e-commerce transactions on the net (and at 1h 25' 08", you can see what the browser screen looked like for the very first ecommerce transactions).
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